Let me begin by saying that this was the best meal I've ever had in Spain.
Other than 3 dishes, we had never tasted the other plates on the menu, so the only reasonable thing we could do was to order everything.
The first tapas we received was a "camarón Mexicano" aka garlic crispy bread, shrimp tartare, lime, guacamole, fried prawns and chilli pepper, all served on a roof tile. This was one of my favourite tapas of the entire night.
We were then served a tapas of smoked baby squid with green asparagus and soft cheese, followed by crunchy paella with shrimp and puff pastry with sausage, honey, kumquat and Valendón cheese.
We were then brought perhaps the strangest dish out of all the tapas, a Sardine ceviche with "kombo" seaweed and black garlic. It was all served on a base of rock salt, which was not to be eaten, it's purpose was to infuse the ceviche with flavour.
Finally, with out stomachs exploding after all the amazing food (and wine) we had had, we ordered a "Secreto Ibérico" hamburger with onion, apple and mustard.
The dinner was so unexpected and delicious, and had such an impact on my taste buds that if I close my eyes now, five months since I ate there, I can distinctly recall the delicate shrimp tartare. I highly suggest stopping in Valladolid to visit Villa Paramesa.